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Selected news about graphic design, photography, film studies and media & interaction design for CV students at ECAL (Lausanne, Switzerland)
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Auto_aerobics by Chris Labrooy

Auto_aerobics by Chris Labrooy | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Chris Labrooy is a genius in 3d pictures and 3D rendering. And roll....and stretch....and glide....and flex.

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Photographer Fabian Oefner tricks the eye at MAD Gallery in Geneva

Photographer Fabian Oefner tricks the eye at MAD Gallery in Geneva | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Every little boy's dream? Perhaps. But these scrupulously photographed explosions are not at all what they seem. Fabian Oefner, the Swiss photographer acclaimed for capturing unseen micro-seconds in time, has swerved in another direction for these most recent snapshots, on show until May 2014 at Mechanical Art Devices (MAD) in Geneva.

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Amman 2014 The Peugeot Collection

Amman 2014 The Peugeot Collection | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

The Peugeot family began in the manufacturing business in the 18th century but the first car - an unreliable steam tricycle - was built in 1889. Since that time, the company has crossed more than 125 years of history. The presentation of vintage pictures from  the Peugeot collection gives testimony on how ways of life have evolved throughout time in our society.

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Basile Mookherjee - Fully Fueled

Basile Mookherjee - Fully Fueled | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

This project is a report on Dubaï inhabitants, examined through the lense of cars.

Cars occupy an essential place in the lives of people from the United Arab Emirates; cities are stretched over several kilometres, with sixteen lanes highways cutting through the urban fabric, and it is not uncommon that one has to drive several hours daily to go work in another emirate.
Cars being free of taxes, the competition to have the the most impressive one is fierce, and even extends to registration plates’ inscriptions.

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